Members of staff from the Centre for Urban Infrastructures in the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment organised a three-day seminar as part of a collaborative agreement with the College of Architecture and Urban Planning at Tongji University, Shanghai.
The winners of the University of Westminster’s International Design Competition, jointly run with the National Association of Students of Architecture (NASA) India and Massive Small have been announced.
The Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment is delighted to announce that long term partners VOLA UK have renewed and increased their awards given annually to Interior Architecture students in recognition of their talent and excellence.
This year’s Tourism and Events Careers Panel, organised by third year BA Tourism and Events Management students in conjunction with Tourism lecturers from the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, took place at the University of Westminster’s Marylebone Campus.
Westminster academics from the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment have been awarded a major £500k grant to develop and test an environmental and construction management toolkit, helping local communities in South Africa.
Toby Burgess and Arthur Mamou-Mani, who are both lecturers in the University’s Department of Architecture, teamed up with scientists to develop The SmartThings Future Living Report which looks at the way we will live in the future.
The University of Westminster, in partnership with Santander Bank PLC, is holding a competition to develop a new online resource to support students in building the skills and competencies they need to prepare them for life after their studies.
At the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment’s Achievement Award Presentation on Thursday 21 January 2016, prize-winning students for 2014-15 were presented with a certificate and a cheque for £1,000 by Professor Harry Charrington, Interim Dean of the Faculty.
On Wednesday 6 January, the launch of the 2016 GO4SET Programme took place at the University of Westminster’s Marylebone Campus, home to the world-leading Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment. The programme, which is supported by the University for the 2nd year, aims to inspire secondary school pupils to...
Through generosity of the Wates Family Enterprise Trust’s Wates Giving programme, the University of Westminster is delighted to announce ten new scholarships for students embarking on their undergraduate studies across Architecture and the Built Environment (ABE).
24-year-old Hussain Manawer, who graduated with a Quantity Surveying BSc Honours degree from the University of Westminster in 2012, will make history as the first British Muslim to go into space after winning the Kruger Cowne Rising Star Programme.
Following news of British astronaut Tim Peake blasting off into space...
Responding to the growing challenges posed by a rapidly urbanising global population, the University of Westminster has launched the new Designing Cities: Planning and Architecture BA Honours course to equip the next generation of urban planners with interdisciplinary skills to cross fertilise the fields of urban planning and architectural design.
With workshops ran by tutors from the University of Westminster’s Department of Architecture, Westminster staff and students experimented in the new architecture studio space in many exciting ways during the Department’s PLAY Week taking place in the week commencing 9 November. Participants could also make use of the new Fabrication...
24-year-old Hussain Manawer, who graduated in Quantity Surveying BSc Honours from the University of Westminster in 2012, will make history as the first British Muslim to go into space after winning the Kruger Cowne Rising Star Programme. According to The Times, Hussain will be joined by Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt...